At the PCOS Nutrition Center, we know how confusing PCOS can be, especially when it comes to understanding the nutrition and diet guidelines for the syndrome. We also know how difficult it is for women with PCOS to manage their weight and get control over their symptoms. That's why we were established: To give you the support, tools, information and resources you need to make lasting changes to your eating, health and fertility.
Your Guide to Complete Physical and Emotional Health
This practical and comprehensive guide helps you understand not just the physiology of PCOS, but what you can do about it. Step-by-step guidelines, meal plans, questionnaires and exercises will help you learn skills and empower you to make positive changes in your life that might not get rid of PCOS, but will help you live with it harmoniously. ebook and paperback. Sale: $14.99Find out More Buy this Book
Completely revised & updated, 2nd edition!
Lifestyle modification of diet and exercise has been established as the preferred method to treat PCOS. With this book, the only of its kind, health professionals will gain the necessary knowledge and training to work effectively with the PCOS population. CEUs available for dietitians and nurses.
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Upcoming Webinar: Popular Supplements for PCOS. Today, more and more women are turning to alternative and complementary medicine in hopes of improving their fertility, weight, and symptoms of PCOS. This webinar will discuss some of the most popular nutritional supplements used among women with PCOS. Therapeutic amounts, indications, evidence-based benefits and risks of the following supplements will be discussed: READ MORE
Should All Women with PCOS Eat Gluten-Free? Are you thinking of changing your diet to one that's gluten-free? You're not alone. The number of gluten-free diet books and products available are exploding. Some gluten-free products claim to promote everything from better sleep, increased energy, weight loss and even thinner thighs and cleaner skin. Women with PCOS may particularly benefit from a gluten-free diet because the majority of the acceptable grains are low in glycemic index and won't spike insulin levels.READ MORE